Cleveland Cavaliers: What the Future Holds in Terms of Coaches and LeBron James

June 18th, 2010 by Kelsey Givens Leave a reply »
The Cleveland Cavaliers remain in a constant state of anticipation for now. With no head coach and no decision from LeBron James on where he will be next season, the Cavaliers have a lot to look forward to in the next several weeks as their future is decided.

A New Coach a New Season

This week, Tom Izzo, the Michigan State basketball coach, turned down the head coaching position he was offered by the Cavaliers. Now the Cavaliers turn their sights possibly to another man, Byron Scott.

Scott is a retired NBA player and former New Jersey Nets and New Orleans Hornets head coach. He has proven over the years to not only be a winning coach, but also a coach who can rally a team and take them to the finals, like he did with the Nets.

With the amount of talent present on the Cavaliers team, if Scott were chosen as the new coach, he would have no problem motivating and reshaping the Cavaliers, and taking them to not only the playoffs next season, but the finals as well.

There the Cavs could have a good shot at winning the championship title.
However, some are speculating that Scott may turn down the coaching position in Clevela ...

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